After canceling collections on Wednesday and Thursday due to blizzard conditions, Unyts is urging the community to donate blood this weekend. Demand at our local hospitals has increased and a strong turnout by donors is critical to ensure we have blood available for the WNY community. Winter months are typically slower for blood donation because […]
I can’t stop looking at pictures of this baby boy. Carson Barnhart is ADORABLE. His smile is contagious. His spirit, infectious. He is beautiful. And tough. He has to be … he’s fighting cancer. Carson was diagnosed with a brain tumor at just 5 months old. It was a congenital glioblastoma, which is extremely rare […]
From the photo – it’s hard to believe anyone survived the crash. But, thankfully, they did. Trooper James O’Callaghan tells Totally Buffalo that the injured Trooper is doing okay today. They are not releasing her name just yet, but we know she is a five year veteran of the NYSP stationed out of State Police […]
This Amazing Mural Will Be Raffled Off To Benefit Roswell Park and The Niagara Arts & Cultural Center
The Buffalo Brewery Mural will be showcased and raffle tickets will be sold! Tickets are $20.00 – all proceeds go to Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center and The Niagara Arts and Cultural Center. The winner will be chosen at the Art of Beer event on March 8, 2019. The winner does not need to be […]
The American Heart Association is looking for volunteers to help knit tiny adorable hats for tiny adorable babies.
I mean how cute, right!? I wish I knew how to knit! This is a wonderful opportunity for those who do! The American Heart Association and The Children’s Heart Foundation are looking for volunteers who can create tiny red hats for babies born in February, designated as American Heart Month. The project helps spread awareness […]
Community Mourning Loss of Homeless Man Found In Bus Shelter in Freezing Temperatures, Raising Money for Memorial
He was known as Larry the Homeless Man and he was beloved in the Village of Williamsville. Apparently, many have tried to help Larry to get off the streets – but, unfortunately, they were unable to do so. In a heartbreaking discovery – Larry’s body was found in a bus shelter in the frigid temperatures. […]
It’s National Thank A Mentor Day & Our Friends at Big Brothers Big Sisters Hope It Really Starts A Conversation!
Having a mentor can change your life – there is no doubt about it. The folks at Big Brothers Big Sisters of Erie, Niagara and the Southern Tier (BBBS) want to remind all of us just how important mentors are. The organization has worked hard to rebrand, modernize and reposition with a goal of recruiting […]